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The Father of British Canada: a Chronicle of Carleton


Published September 24, 2008


Librivox recording of The Father of British Canada: a Chronicle of Carleton by William Wood.

Carleton’s first eight years as governor of Canada were almost entirely occupied with civil administration. The next four were equally occupied with war.This is the account of how Carleton and his multiracial army fought off the American invasion of Quebec. It is the first time French and British troops worked together to defend Canada. Summary by Esther.

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